Writing Center Open 38 Hours per Week

We are fully staffed and open days and evenings just as your first papers are coming due. We are here to be a sounding board, to discuss content and to check through wording and sentence clarity or citations. Hours for the rest of the semester (except breaks) are: Monday 11  a.m. to 7 p,m. Tuesday/Thursday 11 … Continue reading Writing Center Open 38 Hours per Week

Orange Shirt Day

Orange Shirt Day is an act of commemoration of the ‘Indian Residential School’ children, both the survivors and those that were lost. The acknowledgment of the ‘Indian Residential School’ legacy that occurred in North America from the 19th century to the end of the 20th century. These government-mandated and funded schools forced western society’s approach … Continue reading Orange Shirt Day

Movie Night: Indian Horse (2017)

Come join us on Thursday, September 29th, in the Student Center, 2nd Floor MPRs, to watch and discuss the film Indian Horse (2017). Based on the Richard Wagameses novel, the story is about Saul Indian Horse, an Ojibway boy who was torn from his family and committed to a residential school. He makes a life … Continue reading Movie Night: Indian Horse (2017)

Phalanx Leadership Mixer

Do you consider yourself a leader? Do you have a position on a club, sports team, or SPEED group? Are you actively performing services in the community? The Phalanx Honor Society cordially invites you to attend our Leadership Mixer on October 5th from 7 – 8pm in the Cheel Barben Rooms! Come for a night … Continue reading Phalanx Leadership Mixer

The Window Decorating Competition is BACK for Spirit Week 2022

Be sure to sign up for the annual Spirit Week Window Painting Competition! This year, our theme is Clarkson Stories! Please sign up your organization for window painting here. Windows must be completed by Thursday 10/13 at 4pm. Please use the windows in the walkway between the Student Center and CAMP. Windows should tell your club’s Clarkson story. … Continue reading The Window Decorating Competition is BACK for Spirit Week 2022

September One Card Expense Reports Deadline

One Card Transactions: The billing cycle will end September 21st for One Card transactions dated August 21st through September 20th.  The final Visa load will be September 21st.  Submit expense reports by September 30th.  Please make sure that you have reconciled all transactions dated September 20th and prior.  This includes all credits due to refunds for returned items, canceled travel, etc.    … Continue reading September One Card Expense Reports Deadline

Welcome Back, Beth Gooder!

Clarkson Dining and Catering is pleased to announce that Beth Gooder has rejoined our team as our new General Manager. Beth has extensive food service experience in managerial roles, including her time serving as the Operations Manager for Clarkson Dining and Catering. Beth’s time in the food service industry has taken her from New York … Continue reading Welcome Back, Beth Gooder!

Clarkson Food Pantry

The Clarkson Food Pantry is a safe and confidential area for students to access food and other necessities. It is managed by the Office of the Dean of Students, in conjunction with campus partners dedicated to the cause. The pantry depends upon donations to remain stocked for our in-need members of the Clarkson community. We … Continue reading Clarkson Food Pantry

Food Pantry Information and Support Opportunities

FOOD INSECURITYThe USDA defines food insecurity as the lack of consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy lifestyle. In 2020 1 in 8 Americans were considered food insecure, equating to over 38 million Americans, including 12 million children.  In a campus-wide student survey completed in 2021, 183 responses were received. Within those responses, … Continue reading Food Pantry Information and Support Opportunities

C3G Conducting Route 11 Walking and Biking Study

The Clarkson Construction Engineering Management Consulting Group (C3G) is conducting a study in support of the village and town of Potsdam (funded by the Health Initiative) related to walking and biking along Route 11 from the Sandstone-Maple-Pine intersection westward to Walmart. As a part of this study, a survey was created to get public and … Continue reading C3G Conducting Route 11 Walking and Biking Study